IIs relative truth a valid position?
Doesn't it become a paradox that the absolute truth is relative truth?
Valid? If there is no objective standard by which to evaluate validity, the question has no meaning. If truth is relative, all standards and all meanings become meaningless. The question itself assumes there is a standard.
How can the truth be relative and a valid position at the same time? Your question is a loaded paradox.
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